Ann Cannon

Last Updated Nov 21, 2014 05:07PM

We have this story in our family that we’re descended on my mother’s side from a member of the Wyandotte Indian tribe. I first heard it when I was a kid, and I cannot even begin to tell you how utterly AWESOME I thought this piece of information was. Without my Wyandotte great-great-great-grandmother swinging her legs on a limb of the family tree, I was just another boring run-of-the-mill kid of English and Scottish descent, with enough German thrown in to make me crave a good bratwurst sandwich now and …

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